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Crap From The Past - January 17, 2000: Early-in-the-career embarrassments and Paul Young's birthday

Published January 17, 2000

A pop music radio show for people who already know plenty about pop music, hosted by Ron "Boogiemonster" Gerber. From March 1999 - October 2002, the show ran every Sunday night from midnight-2am on KFAI-FM, 90.3 FM Minneapolis, 106.7 FM St. Paul, and


Here is a listing of all shows saved to date and a listing of all the playlists to date.

GOT TO HAVE LOVING - Don Ray (1979)
RED RED WINE - Neil Diamond (1966)
BEEN CAUGHT STEALING [12"] - Jane's Addiction (1990)
LET ME TAKE YOU DANCING [rare 7" version] - Bryan Adams (1979)
BURN HARD - Chic (1981)
CASEY JONES - Swingin' to the Grateful Dead (1999)
CHAIN GANG MEDLEY - Jim Croce (1976) ***God-awful medley of the week***
COULD IT BE I'M FALLING IN LOVE - David Grant and Jaki Graham (1985)
THESE EYES - Michael Bolitin (1976) [tragic reworking of Guess Who hit]
YOU GOT ME HUMMIN' - The Hassles, featuring a young Billy Joel (1968) [not-so-tragic reworking of Sam and Dave hit]
LOUIE LOUIE GO HOME - David Jones [later to be David Bowie] (1964)
CARLOS DOMINGUEZ - Paul Kane [later to be Paul Simon] (1963)
THE BIG PICTURE - Y Kant Tori Read [later to be Tori Amos] (1988)
STILYAGI - Vice Versa [later to be ABC] (1981)
EVERY DAY I DIE - Frantic Elevators [featuring a young Mick Hucknall, later of Simply Red]
I DIG YOU - Cult Hero [actually the Cure] (1979)
ISN'T IT ABOUT TIME WE WERE ON TV - Huang Chung (1980)
TOAST - Streetband [featuring Paul Young] (1978)
I ONLY WANNA BE WITH YOU - Tourists [featuring Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart] (1979)
TIMOTHY - The Buoys [written by Rupert "Pina Colada" Holmes] (1971)
COULD IT BE MAGIC - Featherbed featuring Barry Manilow (1971)
BROWN EYED SON - Katrina And The Waves (1982)
NOTORIOUS B.I.G - Notorious B.I.G. featuring Puff Daddy and Lil' Kim (1999) ***New stuff rippin' off old stuff***
NOTORIOUS - Duran Duran (1987)
COME BACK AND STAY - Paul Young (1984)
CLOSE TO YOU - The Clams (1974)
TOTALLY WIRED - The Fall (1981)


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